In this recorded account of near-death experiences, we learn about the miracles of the millennium, the return of the Ten Tribes, the building of the New Jerusalem and temple, and many other astonishing events long prophesied in scripture but never before described in such vivid detail. Visions of Glory is a mesmerizing and fascinating read that you will not be able to put down.
Now with all-new narration by Rick Gines and an updated biography by Terri Pontius.
©2012 John M. Pontius (P)2013 Cedar Fort, Inc.
It rang true to what I have believed about the gospel and have been taught from other sources and people who have been influential to me. It is written with the understanding of the fullness of the Gospel pertaining to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, so those who may be biased towards it and not with an open mind may feel out of their league. I love hearing about spiritual near death experiences and this one was really intriguing because of the detail about future events. As it reads, some of this may be figurative and possible but not necessarily encompasses exact events as they will occur. I think it is possible. It's reopened my eyes to some perspectives about spiritual things. And I think I am better for it.
The narrator reads a little dryly. He is ok, but doesn't give it the feeling or emotion it deserves. He reads like he is reading, not telling the account with conviction. I found myself hearing it another voice, from someone who taught me these things before. Yet I will listen to this many times over in the future.
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